That's a lotta poo!
My first time seeing a Commorant and I see a whole group!
That's as close as our boat got. :(
All that poo looks like ice! When I was in Maine I had never even heard of a Comorant, now I would have been pretty excited to see all of those together. But, ugh, the poo!Leedra’s Photos For FunLeedra’s Greeting CardsPhotography By Leedra
wow that is a look of birds!
I guess birds of a feather do flock together
Looks like you hit the jackpot on these Commorants. They each look to be doing there own thing. And, I agree with Leedra in that the poo looks like ice. Good night~
So many birdies! They're having gathering?
Never heard of them, but very pretty birds. And yes, so much poo. :)
Great shots...look what those birds did to those rocks!! Happy WW:)
Oh my. That IS a pretty well-covered area. I saw some commorants in Northern California along with gulls but they hadn't quite covered the rocks with their poo as yet!
WoW...some very beautifully captured shots!
Now I am wordless, really what beautiful shots !!
That's so cool! Getting so near to the birds!
Beautiful! I wish I lived in the house in the first photo. Very cool location for a home to be. Happy WW!
great photos, at first I thought it was water on the rocks!
Wow~ that is all actually poo?? Gross! But kind of amazing at the same time....
Lessons in how not to decorate, courtesy of the Common Cormorant. Great shots... but damn.
that is a lotta poo, the nests are pretty interesting. great shots
I thought that was water coming over the rocks but that's POOP! Wow!Happy WW! Brian
We refer to that as bird snow. :)
We have cormorants in Bermuda and it is amazing to see how deep they can dive when fishing.
I can almost hear them!!!Oh gosh, all that white stuff is poo? Bird snow, that's a good one!
Nice shots. The island looks well used ;)
So many of them!That's gorgeous!!
They stand like proud proprietors of poo rock. Good on 'em. They are lovely regal hunters.
How exceptional Lisa! Wow!
Fantastic! I've seen a lot of cormorants, in singles or pairs, but never up close. This looks like a great birding site.